Christmas Food Boxes and Presents

Dear Church Family,

It is that busy time of the year, but also a great time of the year to share with others!

Our next Food Pantry is Wednesday, December 15, from 4:00 – 6:00 p.m.  Our church is providing “Christmas Food Boxes” of food to help provide a special Christmas meal.  Below is a list of items that are needed for these boxes.  Thank you for your help with this ministry.

Baked Beans

Green Beans



Powdered Sugar

Brown Sugar

Evaporated Milk

Chocolate//Lemon Pudding/Pie Filling

Cream of Chicken Soup

10 Pound Bags of Potatoes

Brown-N-Serve Rolls

Frozen Pies:  Apple, Cherry, or Your Favorite

Pancake Mix/Syrup

Also, we will be providing Christmas presents for some families at Speegleville Elementary School and families ministered to through our Food Pantry.  If you would like to help with this Christmas project, please send or bring by your special offering to the church.  Make the check payable to Speegleville Baptist Church and on the memo write:  “Food Pantry-Toys” to ensure that the offerings for this project are posted in the correct account.  The deadline for receiving these donations is Monday, December 13.  We will be helping about 23 children through this Christmas project.

This Sunday, December 12, our finance committee will be meeting after the morning worship service.  We will have a church business meeting on Sunday, December 19, after the morning worship service.  At that meeting we will be voting on the 2022 church budget and on the new Sunday morning schedule (9:00 a.m. Sunday School and 10:00 a.m. Worship).

This year’s Candlelight Service will be Sunday night, December 19, at 6:00 p.m. in the church sanctuary. 

We are still targeting the week of January 9 for our return to a regular schedule.  Along with our Sunday morning activities, we will also resume our Wednesday night activities.

As always, thank you for your continued support of our church.  Especially during this Christmas season, may we always take time to reflect on the true meaning of Christmas — the birth of our Lord and Savior.


Joe Bailey